Organized stalking is symptom of a mental disease alright- the creeping institutional psychopathology of America's encroaching police and military state. And it's also a social disease, where victims who have not been targeted mock, or deride the claims of those who have been targeted. What do you call a world where the torturers mock their … Continue reading Gang stalking and punitive psychology: technology abuse meets bad government policy
Conflict of interest in psychology? Targeted individuals and mental health: CVE programs and dubious intentions; even more dubious results. Those who experience the quasi legal, and often illegal interactions targeted at them by intelligence agencies, law enforcement and the wide net of affiliated community groups that perpetrate organized gang stalking, such as the LEIU's, are … Continue reading Organized stalking and punitive psychology: the paradox of psychologists as arbiters of the mental health of targeted individuals.
Gang stalking case studies: The deeply flawed California gang database and police catalogues of children. Gang stalking likely started as a means to control and track gang activity. And the term organized stalking is likely another variant from the days of RICO when the FBI stalked organized crime. Then, as the NSA worked hard to … Continue reading Gang stalking case studies and research: The deeply flawed California gang database and police catalogues of children.
As victims of organized gang stalking began to organize online and off, and alternative media outlets carried an increasing number of articles revealing organized gang stalking between 2008 and 2015, institutions and academics, as well as crisis PR agents and agencies, working with mainstream media, began a discrediting narrative about organized gang stalking. Not surprisingly, … Continue reading Gang stalking and Dr. Lorraine Sheridan and David V. James meet Elizabeth Dietrich at the discrediting narrative in action: mass shooters in the summer of ’16.